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to normal... until we make this right. pinegar >>> good evening. i'm lindsay murphy. we are now less than 48 hours away from the season opener. the skins have brand-new offensive and defensive schemes, an advantage for mike shanahan and speaking of the head coach, he is a two time super bowl winning coach but hasn't coached an nfl winning game since december 28th of 2008. he'll lead the redskins for the first time in regular season on sunday night in primetime against the cowboys and while he seems cool, calm and collected even coach shanahan is getting some butterflies. >> you look forward to it. you're just like the players. your stomach is turning and you look forward to this opportunity. it's fun. it's something that i look forward to and something that i think our team will be very proud of the way they've worked and handled themselves. so hopefully it shows up on sunday night. >> clinton portis missed both games last year against dallas due to injury. he's rushed for only 703 yards with three touchdowns in nine career games against the cowboys. for portis playing a tough dallas team is
match- up today at the cavaliers visited the revels. lindsay murphy is here with highlights and reaction. >> history repeats itself. since 2004w.t. woodson has gone 7-0 against fairfax in a game considered a huge rivalry. it was up to the rebels to try and end their losing skid or watch the cavaliers continue dominance. the rebels all fired up to get the season underway, but they would definitely have their hands full tonight. in the 1st quarter sophomore quarterback andrew mckay hit john stokes on a screen pass for a 20-yard touchdown, cavaliers on the board first 7- 0. later in the 1st half mckay again looking to stokes. he takes the pitch zigzagging through the middle, finds the sidelines and it's off to the races. 44 yards down to the 6-yard line. woodson scores a few plays later and would lead 14-0 at the half. stokes would not be denied thanks to nice blocking and good hands. he would earn that 10-yard touchdown, 20-0 woodson. on the defensive side of the ball woodson also dominant. linebacker michael reeves crushing fairfax's running back. that's a safety. cavaliers lead 22 -0. fa
time meeting between the two teams, the skins holding a 2-0 advantage. lindsay murphy joins us with more on the game shaping up to be a family affair. >> there are so many ties within the two coaching staff that on sunday there will be a total of 10 coaches who were members of the same broncos staff back in 2002. so when you talk with players in the locker room, it seems they know what to expect because of some inside knowledge and that knowledge comes from skins offensive coordinator kyle shanahan who was on the texan staff for four years spending the last two as the team's offensive coordinator. he brought some of his texan styled offense to some of it in the lone star state. then you have mike shanahan and gary kubiak who also have an extremely close relationship. if you ask kubiak, mike shanahan has played a major role in his career. >> probably everything i know from a pro football standpoint as a football coach is from mike, not only played for him as a player, but he gave me my chance in san francisco to coach quarterbacks there, you know, and took me to denver to be his
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